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Iraqi Troops Not Ready for Mosul, Nor What Comes Next, Says Top US Commander

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Iraqi Troops Not Ready for Mosul, Nor What Comes Next, Says Top US Commander


But in Syria, the fall of Manbij is just one to two weeks away, Lt. Gen. MacFarland says in his final war assessment....


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Iraqi Troops Not Ready for Mosul, Nor What Comes Next
I'm sorry but didn't the iraqi government already take ramadi and fallujah?

In fact if anything, the link is making isis look even more hopeless than I thought they were. It seems that the real challenge won't be taking mosul but rather making peace with the sunnis to ensure that another jihadist group like isis doesn't rise out of the ashes.
 
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